General information about the config files that Regolith uses
|Component||Default Config||User Config||Notes|
|i3-gaps||In Regolith versions prior to 1.2 this file was in another directory.|
|Rofi||Defined in the ||This can also be overridden directly in the i3 file if preferred.|
|Bar Workspace Labels||User defined|
|Bar status indicators||Each block has it’s own file. Filename determines ordering.|
|Picom (Compton) Compositor||User config added in 1.5. Each compositor has it’s own independent config file, but the default is |
|LightDM GTK Greeter||N/A||This file only exists if the |
Upon session start, Regolith loads configuration files in the following order:
/usr/bin/i3-gnome-flashbackexecutes after successful login
~/.Xresourcesif it exists.
~/.Xresources-regolithif it exists.
- Merge any values from file
~/.config/regolith/Xresourcesif it exists.
- If first time session has loaded, initialize system.
- Compare current
Xresourcesdb against last saved hash, if different, reload GNOME settings from Xresources.
- Execute i3 with first config file found from following list:
- i3 executes the UI components Rofi, i3xrocks, unclutter, regolith-compositor, Rofication, and regolith-ftue.
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